Galerie Ernst Hilger, POSITIONS 2017

Artscape, TAKE OFF 2017

Vue générale, LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK 2017

Galerie Hervé Lancelin, POSITIONS 2017

Galerie Lelong, POSITIONS 2017

Luxembourg Art Week 2018

POSITIONS & TAKE OFF

9–11 November 2018

Public opening: 9 November 2018, 18:00–21:00

Opening hours:
9 November 2018, 11:00–21:00
10 November 2018, 11:00–19:30
11 November 2018, 11:00–18:00

Guided tours daily, 14:00–16:00

Halle Victor Hugo

60, avenue Victor Hugo
L-1750 Luxembourg

Free entry

CAL

9–15 November 2018

Public Opening: 9 November 2018, 19:00–21:00

Opening hours:
10–11 Novembre 2018, 10:00–19:30
12–15 Novembre 2018, 14:00–19:00

Guided tour in French language: 10 November, 10:00
Guided tour in Luxembourgish language: Sunday 11 November, 10:00.

Tramsschapp

49, rue Ermesinde
L-1750 Luxembourg

Free entry

09. November 2018

16:00–17:00

Conference – Is the art market overheating?

talks
Stage, Halle Victor Hugo
Portrait of Georgina Adam, aAuthor and journalist, contributor to Financial Times and The Art Newspaper

Is the art market overheating?

With Georgina Adam, author and journalist, contributor Financial Times, The Art Newspaper

In 2017, Georgina Adam published Dark Side of the Boom: The Excesses of the Art Market in the 21st Century, in which she exposed the hidden facets of the international art market. Since then, prices for historic and contemporary art have continued to rise, as evidenced by the record sale of the controversial Salvator mundi attributed to Leonardo da Vinci. The art market – a bubble that is bound to burst?

Conference in French language
Hosted by Christian Mosar, freelance curator and critic
Broadcast and replay on radio 100,7

09. November 2018

13:00–13:45

Art Talk – ArtLx goes Berlin: Luxemburger Künstler der Berliner Kunstszene

talks
Casino Luxembourg, Halle Victor Hugo
Art Talks © Casino Luxembourg

ArtLx goes Berlin: Luxemburger Künstler der Berliner Kunstszene

With Casey Detrow, Mary-Audrey Ramirez and Vince Tillotson

Accompanying the publication of the 2018/2019 edition of DADADA magazine, Maison Moderne and Casino Luxembourg are hosting the programme of Art Talks at LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK. Every day between 13:00 and 13:45, Luxembourgish artists and/or other actors from the local scene are invited to exchange their views on a given topic.

Berlin is probably not only the most renowned and dynamic art scene in Europe today, but also the most diverse. The exhibition  Class Trip presents several young artists from this scene, including Mary-Audrey Ramirez (b. 1990 in Luxembourg), who graduated as Meisterschüler of Professor Thomas Zipp at the Berlin Universität der Künste in 2016, and Vince Tillotson (b. 1989 in Luxembourg), who also graduated as Meisterschüler of Professor Thomas Zipp  at the Berlin Universität der Künste in 2017 and has been a board member of Schwules Museum Berlin since 2016.

Class Trip is curated by Casey Detrow (b. 1988 in the USA; lives and works in Luxembourg and Berlin). Detrow’s curatorial approach is informed by feminist theories and Marxist feminism, which centre on a critical analysis of society from the perspective of gender, race and class, and their impact on everyday life.

Conference in German language
Hosted by Bettina Heldenstein, Casino Luxembourg

09. November 2018

11:00–21:00

ArtBookBox by Casino Luxembourg

other
Booth Casino, Halle Victor Hugo
ArtBookBox © Casino Luxembourg

ArtBookBox

Casino Luxembourg’s new ArtBookBox bookstore stocks a selection of contemporary publications on contemporary art, from books and monographs of Luxembourgish artists to catalogues, essays and editions by Casino Luxembourg.

Deloitte's 11th Art & Finance Conference

Deloitte's 11th Art & Finance Conference

In order to enlarge the LUXEMBOURG ART WEEK cultural events suggested to collectors, art market professionals and art lovers, we are delighted to announce that the

Deloitte's 11th Art & Finance Conference

The Place of Technology in Art & Finance

will take place at the Luxembourg Philharmonie – Salle de Musique de Chambre
on Friday, 26 October 2018, from 09:00 to 18:00 followed by a cocktail.

Their internationally renowned industry speakers will give you insights into the following themes in and around Art and Finance Market:

• The challenges to deploy blockchain in the art market to allow fractional investment in artworks
• Art, Law and Technology: what are the main challenges?
• Risk Management: how technology can support trust in the art market?
• Big Data & Artificial intelligence: how to improve Analytics, Financial Decision & Experience in the art market?
• Investment in ArtTech companies

Download the agenda including a detailed list of guest speakers, on the event webpage.

Attendance to this conference is by invitation only.
For more information please contact luevents@deloitte.lu.

28.09.2018

BIL & The Art Newspaper Daily France Conference

Visuel

Hugues Delcourt, Chairman, and the members of the Banque Internationale à Luxembourg Management Committee are honoured to invite you to the conference organised as part of Luxembourg Art Week

Key Players of the Art Market: Structures and Recent Changes

Alexandre Crochet, journalist « The Art Newspaper Daily France »

on Tuesday 16 October 2018 at 18:30
at the BIL head office
69, route d’Esch - Luxembourg

The language of the conference is French. The event will be followed by a cocktail reception.

Registration is possible on the BIL website.

28.09.2018